Acct.– Accounts of the Lord High Treasurer (11vols covering 1473– 1566).

Acta.Dom.Con.– Acta Dominorum Concili (Actions of the Ruling Council), 1496– 1501, by Scotland Lords of Council (1918), 1501– 1503, in 8 Stair Society (1943), 1532– 1533, in 14 Stair Society.

Arbuthnott – Arbuthnott, Mrs.Ada J., Memories of theArbuthnotts of Kincardineshire andAberdeenshire.

BFR – Burke, Ashworth, Family Records.

Black – Black, George F., The Surnames of Scotland.

BLG – Burke, John, A Dictionary of the Landed Gentry.

BP – Burke, John, Burke's History of the Peerage.

Brown – Brown, James, The Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions in Grayfriar's Churchyard, Edinburgh.

Calendar – Great Britain, Public Record Office, Calendar of documents relating to Scotland (4 vols, covering 1108– 1509).

CCB – Cokayne, George E., The Complete Baronetage (5 vols).

Cokayne – Cokayne, George E., The Complete Peerage (13 vols).

Cowie – Cowie, William, Information on the Allardices.

CSP – Great Britain, Calendar of ScottishPapers (12 vols, covering 1547– 1597).

Exch. – Exchequer Rolls of Scotland (Rotuli Scaccarii Regum Scottorum) (33 vols, covering 1264– 1600).

FES – Scott, Hew, Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae. 8 vols, Edinburgh, 1915– 1950.

Foster – Foster, Joseph, Members of Parliament, Scotland, including the minor barons 1357– 1882.

Fraser Papers – Sir William Fraser's Papers Relating to the Mearns, in SHS 3rd series, vol. 5.

GBHMS – Great Britain Historical Manuscript Commission Report (vol. 5, p. 629 has the Barclay– Allardice papers).

Gifford – Gifford, Paul, Falconer of Halkerton.

Henderson – Henderson, Rev. George A., The Kirk of St. Tiernan, Arbuthnott: A Scottish Heritage.

Irvines of Drum – Leslie, Jonathan F., The Irvines of Drum.

Jervise – Jervise, Andrew, Memorials of Angus and the Mearns (2 vols).

Jervise, Epitaphs – Jervise, Andrew, Epitaphs & Inscriptions from Burial Grounds & Old Buildings in the North-East of Scotland (2 vols).

Jervise, Lindsays – Jervise, Andrew, The History and Traditions of the Land of the Lindsays.

Laing – Anderson, John (ed.), Calendar of the Laing Charters, A.D.854– 1837.

Leslie – Leslie, Charles, Historical Records of the Family of Leslie from 1067 to 1868-9, (3 vols).

Lindsay – Lindsay, Lord, Lives of the Lindsays.

Macfarlane – Macfarlane, Walter, "Genealogical Collections ." SHS, 1st series, vols.33, 34.

Musgrave – Musgrave, Sir William, Obituary Prior to 1800 as far as relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland, Harlein Society, vols.44– 49 (1– 6) (1899– 1901).

Nicolas – Nicolas, Sir Harris, History of the Earldoms of Strathearn, Montieth, and Airth.

Nisbet – Nisbet, Alexander, System of Heraldry (2 vols).

Palgrave – Great Britain, Exchequer (Sir Francis Palgrave, ed.), Documents and records illustrating the history of Scotland.

Paul – Douglas, Sir Robert (Paul, ed.), The Peerage of Scotland (9 vols).

Peter – Peter, David M., The Baronage of Angus and Mearns.

Pitcairn – Pitcairn, Robert, Ancient Criminal Trials of Scotland, Bannatyne Club Pubs. No. 42 (3 vols) (1833).

Prynne – Prynne, William, History of Edward I.

Ragman Rolls – Ragman Rolls, Bannatyne Club Pubs. No.48 (1834).

REG – Registrum Episcopatus Glasguensis, Bannatyne Club Pubs. No.79 (1843).

Reg. Deeds – Record Office, Scotland, Index to the Register of Deeds (1661-1691).

RGS – Register of the Great Seal of Scotland (Registrum Magni Sigilli Regum Scottorum), (11 vols, covering 1306-1668).

Robertson – Robertson, Joseph, Illustrations of the Topography and Antiquities of the Shires of Aberdeen and Banff (4 vols).

RPC – Register of the Privy Council of Scotland (38 vols, in three series covering 1545– 1691).

RPS – Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland (Registrum Secreti Sigilli Scottorum) (7 vols, covering 1488– 1580).

RRS – Regesta Regum Scottorum.

SHS – Scottish Historical Society Publications.

SNQ – Scottish Notes & Queries.

Spalding Club (and Spalding Club Publications New Spalding Club).

SRS – Scottish Record Society Publications.

Tayler, 1667 – Tayler, Alistair and Helen, The Valuation of the county of Aberdeen for the year 1667, Third Spalding Club, vol. 5 (1933).

Tayler, 1715 – Tayler, Alistair and Helen, The Jacobite cess roll for the county of Aberdeen in 1715, Third Spalding Club, vol. 4 (1932).

Tayler, 1745 – Tayler, Alistair and Helen, Jacobites of Aberdeenshire & Banffshire in the Forty Five.

Other Sources:

Allardyce, Col. James. "The Late Mrs. Barclay– Allardice," The Genealogical Magazine, vol. 7, pp. 294– 296 (1903).

Barclay – Allardice, Jeanne, 1991 Petition to the Lord Lyon.

Brown, David. David Brown Papers.

Scottish Parish registers, indexed in the International Genealogical Index, LDS microfiche.

St. Andrews, Scotland, testaments (wills).

United States censuses (various).

Social Security death index.

Phone conversations and letters with Barclay-Allardice descendants.

Providence, Rhode Island phone books.

Riverside Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, records.

Providence Journal, September 14, 1976.




Back Next
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Send mail to with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright © 2001-2008 SUMMAWeb "The Internet Unleashed"
Last modified: 2008-03-18